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Say you can get off the ground at that weight: now your wing loading and associated aerodynamic behavior in straight-and-level flight is that of a...
I was in the studio audience when Dan Bass told his story about crashing his Mooney after being overcome by CO poisoning. I remember a room full...
If by "baby the engine" you mean "to treat it well", I try to baby ANY engine.
I suspect most of us want to treat their engines carefully. The...
Would you elaborate on how specifically you are operating these two engines differently, and what makes one way better for one engine vs. the...
They are both valid. Let me quote another sentence from John Deakin's article:
In this column, I’d like to suggest an SOP (Standard Operating...
Your POH may specify limitations for MP and RPM during take-off and/or climb - maybe because of the original design, or maybe because of an...
Perfect, thanks for the PIREP.
See you there!
Tullahoma hosts the Beechcraft Heritage Museum. My first ever trip there for the Beech Party in October 2021 was everything I hoped for, and then...
Looks like low ceilings are making the flight this morning a bit more interesting.
Forecast suggests it'll clear up by late morning.
Pretty close - it's spelled Bart, not Bard. :)
I'll be there.
No beard, though...
Something tells me we'll be OK.
Here is one seen in the wild, flown by Raj at the Beech Party in Tullahoma, TN in October 2021.
Congratulations - that's big accomplishment!
You'll love it!
Out of curiosity, why are you going with the IFD550 instead of the IFD540? The price difference would probably cover the addition...
I can likely make it on the 4th. Not likely on the 11th.
Charlie's is great - I haven't been there in a while, thanks for setting this up!
Another vote for SwitcheOn. I've used a bunch of different devices to remotely control my engine heater, and this is the best I've seen.
ATC typically points out if they see precipitation in your flight path. Sometimes they even offer suggestions round weather.
But: The pilot is...
Thanks, Mark. That's pretty definitive.